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 File comments for:  Utility » Text » Edit » annotate.lha


Description: Text Editor with advanced features
Download: annotate.lha
Version: 3.0.1
Date: 03 Dec 2012
Category: utility/text/edit
FileID: 7545
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Comment by: spot ( 26 Oct 2006, 03:37File version: 2.5
protect ann +rwed to get it to run.
Comment by: Chip ( 25 Oct 2006, 15:07File version: 2.5
Nice work, congrats!
C/C++ Syntax highlihting would be very welcome. ;)
Comment by: Deniil ( 11 Jul 2006, 14:24File version: 2.4

Syntax highlightning is very much work to implement in Annotate because it was
not written with any such "plugin"-functions in mind. I might add some
kind of simple highlighting in the future though.
Comment by: Test ( 10 May 2006, 13:47File version: 2.4
What is with text highlighting (C and C++)?
Comment by: Thematic ( 17 Dec 2005, 19:37File version: 2.3
I dislike toolbars in text editors, especially when as large as typical browser
buttons or those in Notepad 51.1.
Comment by: Tuxedo ( 17 Dec 2005, 15:14File version: 2.3
That's right that a toolbar wasn't really needed, but I think that if I like
annotate I would use it to do anything (from write a simple text to a complex
program...), than I will use it everytime i need to write something, not only to
do some things... no?
Comment by: Deniil ( 17 Dec 2005, 12:14File version: 2.3
A toolbar might come in the future. I'm not good with graphics and gfx functions
but I think it needs some kind of window organizer first of all. Also, a toolbar
takes up room and the functions already exist in the menu and as hotkeys. Simple
editors such as NotePad/EditPad benefit more from that than Annotate I think...
But we'll see!
Comment by: afxgroup ( 17 Dec 2005, 10:55File version: 2.3
Daniel, why don't put a toolbar with usually buttons? load/save, cut/copy/paste
and so on?

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